3 bedroom apartment for saleThe Maple Building, 39-51 Highgate Road, London, NW5
Guide Price £2,995,000
- Three bedrooms
- Roof terrace
- Duplex penthouse
- Floor to ceiling glass throughout
- Located in the beautiful Kentish Town
Full descriptionDeveloped by The Linton Group, The Maple Building is robust and elegant, a clean-lined construction dating from the earliest twentieth century with red brick facades and steel columns. Once a furniture factory, now residential apartments designed by interior designer Gordon Duff & Linton. It is characterised by the large metal double-glazed windows in the period Crittall style which feature throughout. The fifty apartments and seven new build penthouses span five storeys of this converted warehouse building in a Prime North West location. The area is a vivid mix of urban vibrancy and pastoral peace, located in poll position between cool Camden Town, airy Hampstead Heath and Regent's Park - and it has a growing sense of its own identity.
London is a city of villages, and Kentish Town tells this story well. The area is a vivid mix of urban
vibrancy and pastoral peace, located in poll position between cool Camden Town, airy Hampstead Heath and Regent's Park - and it has a growing sense of its own identity. There are soaring views from the Maple Building, a result of its elevated location on the way to Highgate and Hampstead - the two London hilltop villages that crown North London.
Square Footage: 1,967 sq ft
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